Sick of looking at my albums and not seeing enough diversity or only sub surface level artists of a genre. Blow my mind and share some artists/albums you think people should hear that are unknown or unappreciated.
>new wave, synth pop
>alternative hip hop, enjoyable production
>All The Best Tapes
>pop punk, math rock, melodic
cure me /mu/
Cardiacs - Sing to God
awesome glad you like it. I just got it last night so I'm excited as fuck. I actually saw their very first show 8 years ago and thought they were awful then happened to see them again last year when they open for A Minor Forest and was blown away.
well there is a little screaming so hopefully that goes down without too much trouble
offhand I think this album reminds me the most of thinking fellers union which I dont believe has any screaming
>lofi jangly indie pop
i know im biased but this is just so nice and chill and catchy idk how it isnt loved by everyone
>lofi garage surfy indie pop
love the noisy bit on 100% mambo
new wave, synthpop from Cape Town, South Africa
indie pop/rock, also from Cape Town, South Africa
VERY noisy noise rock.
>indie rock, post punk, weird sounding guitars
Kråkesolv - Trådnosting (2009)
>Debut album of indie band from northern Norway
>Midwestern emo influences
>Lyrics in local dialect
Los Fabulosos Cadillacs - Fabulosos Calavera (1997)
>Alternative Rock, Jazz Rock, Funk Rock, Ska
>An experimental, yet very fun and accessible argentine rock album.
(Live Performance) Sample: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v5qAh9LVSs8
I apologize If this is a little narcissistic, but I'll pimp out my electronica here. Most of it sucks, but there's a few decent songs, and I'd love to get some feedback anyways.
Might as well post a couple underappreciated bands as well:
Seazon of the fly is a local grunge/cover band, they're alright. I dig their covers, but their original songs are kinda lacking imo.
Electric creatures are this fucking awesome Costa Rican alt rock band, I got turned on to them by a anon from /soc/ and I have to admit, they're pretty great.
mostly garage/lo-fi/psychedelic rockin' stuff:
>Buzzkill Poetry Assassins
>Time Hitler and the Assholes from Space
>My Expansive Awareness
DJ Rozwell - Sludge Dredd
>really thick hip-hop with noisy production, sometimes actual harsh noise
Very underrated artist. He also tripfags on /mu/, I think.
Oregon has a very huge local music scene pretty much throughout the whole state. You can be in the middle of bumfuck no where and there are still bands playing.
Here are a couple of my favorites from my town and near by. Its mostly rock music cause that accessible and most venues are shitty dive bars.
>All You All:
>The Tamed West:
>Tango Alpha Tango:
I've met and played shows with all these people.
I Love Your Lifestyle
>emo revival, fun guitar leads, ruined vocal chords
>for those who want something energetic and fun
friends of mine are making some noise in my home city (Philly)
OHM x PLEASE
> dark 80s vhs rap
> mystical af
my favorite chicago band right now
>indie rock / pop, psych
>civil disobedience for losers
This is more indie rock, but I still enjoy it.
will appreciate and respond to feedback
>indie pop, indie rock, emo but female vocals
yesss everything by them is great
Pyx - Multi-genre music from Manchester
hey guys this is my stuff
>room music, alienbeatjunk, ghosty ghost, lo-fi, samples
All their shit is on what.cd, time to get on it man
Robot Koch - Tsuki
>Bass, electronic, techno
Various Artists - Scuba Presents Hotflush Vol. 2: Dub Pressure (2005 – 2008)
Daniel Stefanik - Genesis
C Plus Plus - Cearà
>Bass, club, experimental, grime, house, rhythm&blues, techno, tropical
Ricardo Donoso - Saravá Exu
Verdena, Endkadenz Vol. I
>psychedelic rock, stoner, experimental pop
Check out their new album. It just came out, and it's really good.
Ondness - Absolute Elsewhere
>Ambient, electronic, experimental, house, industrial, techno
>Pop Rock, some vocaloid
Cool indie band from my hometown
The Bends - Through Looking-Glass Houses (2012)
>indie pop, sweet basslines, happy music, great music with bad cover art
>artsy post hardcore
>Daniel Moran & Oh! Geography collaboration album
>singer songerwriter, indie folk, acoustic
I found this album by a Ukranian band somehow and I really like it, if somebody could show me a way to rip from Kroogi I'd be eternally grateful
>Indie something? idk but it's really good.
Also any music similar to track 2 would be appreciated.
Bronson - MOLD EP (ATEP02)
>lo fi techno/rave/hip hop/expirimental
Fruits Of Labor - Room For Everybody EP (ATEP01)
Alaska is a mixed bag really. Mostly folky stuff from the mountains.